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Free Registrations and Travel Grants for 2022 in Cleveland!

We are pleased to announce that the first 50 people to register for the conference will be reimbursed their fees–thanks to a generous grant from the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation. (Funds will be distributed at the conclusion of the conference.) What’s more, during the conference we will be awarding as many as 50 additional travel grants of up to $800 each to cover attendees’ travel expenses. Be on the lookout for further communications from CCHA on this opportunity!

 

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CFP Deadline Extended to 8/31

DEADLINE FOR PROPOSALS EXTENDED TO 8/31!

As we have all had difficulties teaching during the pandemic, we are extending the CFP deadline through the summer to allow folks ample time to relax and put their proposals together. The deadline for submissions is now Wednesday, August 31st! We hope to see all of our friends and colleagues in Cleveland, Ohio, for the conference this October 13-15 hosted by Cuyahoga Community College. The theme for this year’s conference is Truth, Justice, and the Humanities Way. More information concerning conference registration and hotel arrangements is currently available on the CCHA website, here.

Furthermore, we are pleased to announce that the first 50 people to register for the conference will be reimbursed their fees–thanks to a generous grant from the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation. (Funds will be distributed at the conclusion of the conference.) What’s more, during the conference we will be awarding as many as 50 additional travel grants of up to $800 each to cover attendees’ travel expenses. Be on the lookout for further communications from CCHA on this opportunity.

Proposals can be submitted at the following link or by clicking on the image below: www.tri-c.edu/CCHAproposals

The session tracks for the conference are The Arts; Civic Engagement and Democracy; Critical Thinking; Culture & Diversity; Digital Humanities; Environmental Issues; Evaluating Media & Informational Literacy; Social Justice; STEMM/STEAM; and the Traditional Humanities.

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Conference Opportunity: “Internationalizing the Curriculum”

The University of Arizona Center for Middle Eastern Studies and Center for Latin American Studies are sponsoring a program specifically for community college educators within the Center for Educational Resources in Culture, Language, and Literacy’s conference “Internationalizing the Curriculum: The Role of Intercultural Competence.” The full conference is in Tucson, Arizona, from January 23-26; the community college-focused program is Saturday, January 25 and Sunday morning (post-session), January 26. For more information, go to:  https://icc.arizona.edu/.

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Call for Papers from the Pacific-Coast Branch of the AHA

This is a reminder from our friends at the Pacific-Coast Branch of the American Historical Association (PCB-AHA) that it’s times to submit panels and papers for the PCB-AHA. This is an exceptionally friendly conference for undergraduates and graduate students! The annual conference will be held in Portland, Oregon August 6-8, 2020. Here is the Call for Papers. Here is the portal for submitting panels and proposals. Good luck to those who submit!
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National Council on Public History’s 2020 Call for Posters (Deadline: 10/7)

Please see below for the Call for Posters from the National Council on Public History:

 

NATIONAL COUNCIL ON PUBLIC HISTORY
2020 ANNUAL MEETING | ATLANTA, GEORGIA | MARCH 18-21, 2020 CALL FOR POSTERS

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“THREADS OF CHANGE”

The National Council on Public History invites poster submissions for the poster session at our 2020 Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia.

Deadline: Monday, October 7, 2019
Submit a proposal at http://bit.ly/NCPH2020posters
Questions? Email Program Manager Meghan Hillman (meghillm@iupui.edu)

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National Council on Public History (NCPH) 2019 Meeting Call for Proposals

NCPH invites proposals for its 2019 conference in Hartford, Connecticut, that explore how public history intersects—sometimes purposefully, sometimes with unintended consequences—with the ongoing task of making and remaking places, communities, and polities. To learn more about the conference theme, “Repair Work,” and to fill out the proposal form, visit us athttp://bit.ly/ncph2019CFP. Final submissions are due Sunday, July 15, 2018 at 11:59 pm. Please email NCPH Program Manager Meghan Hillman at meghillm@iupui.edu with any questions.

You can access a paper copy of the NCPH 2019 Call for Proposals HERE.